College of Journalism and Communications
"News and Sports" category
of the 1998-99 national Hearst contest

Rich Glickstein,  1st place

A dove
is released
in memory of
Charles Greene.

A 16-year-old
girl talks on
a cell telephone
to tell her mother that
she's just rolled
the family van.

Mike Echols (36)
reaches for
an overthrown
ball as Michigan's
Marcus Knight (85)
tries to break
up the play.

After winning
the 4x100-meter
relay, Florida's
anchor runner
catches his breath.

Melissa Lyttle, 8th place

by the end
of the festivities,
drag queen Macy
Alexander was
one of the
main attractions
at South Carolina's
largest gay
pride event.

The $1.9 million
Ruby Tuesday
restaurant on
U.S. 1 was gutted
by a fire

University of South
Carolina's Melvin
Watson (10), gets
a shot blocked by
Cincinnati's high-flying
Kenyon Martin, (4).

Failing to break the bull,
a participant gets
trampled by the
2,500 lb. beast
at the Cowboy
Bullriding Classic at
Carolina Coliseum.

Entries coordinated by John Freeman
Associate Professor of Journalism

Jan. 29, 1999